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when he gets tired. >> reporter: , like you mentioned, maybe he is not playing well, maybe he doesn't have a hot hand but right now, i've seen in preseason and what i've seen through the first game is he will be our starting running back. >> ravens, orioles, nats and redskins. >> don't forget them. fox 5 morning news continues right now. ght now. good morning to you. it is tuesday, september 11th, 2012. a live look outside right now at the u.s. capitol dome on a chilly tuesday morning. >> we'll let you go with that. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. here is tucker barnes. welcome back. >> it was great. i went to a wedding. >> you come back here and it is
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all not hot. >> it is gorgeous. i'll take it after 90s to start the month, we are back into th 50s, even some 40s this morning. kid might want a long sleeved shirt or light jack tote go to school today. upper 70s for the afternoon highs. lots of sunshine. you know that beautiful time of year. i think september and october are the nicest time of the year around here. >> they really are. you notice tucker does not have his sleeves rolled up and a jacket. >> i haven't complained about being hot. >> sarah is all smiles. >> now, if we can get julie on board, we'll be all set. agan national, that is starting to scare me. i have to work on that. it keeps startling me. 55 this morning in new york city. we've got 40s locally, places as close as gaithersburg. frederick in the 40s at this hour. plenty of cool temperatures. these temperatures unseasonably cool. our average overnight low here in washington is currently in the mid-60s. we are a few degrees cooler
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than that. there is your radar. not actually seeing any rain. nothing but clear skies out there. there is enough moisture close to the ground that we could see some fog develop particularly off to the west and north this morning that. may show your commute just a little bit. otherwise, things hook great today. lots of sunshine, low humidity, highs in the upper 70s. rain-free tuesday afternoon. enjoy. nice time of year. >> love it. >> thank you. time now to say hello to julie wright. she has got our on-time traffic this morning. good morning to you. >> and just let sarah know, the seat warmers on just a little bit. >> i thought you couldn't hear us this morning. suddenly now, you can hear us. >> there are certain things if you stand on one foot and lean to the left and hold your leg up, than you can hear. it is only 2012, only the best technology for us. you know with a -- you know
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what a mean? overnight construction cleared on the beltway between annandale and merrifield. the lanes are open south along 270 coming in out of hyatts up two. new york avenue good to go leaving bladensburg road headed out towards the tunnel. we do have i portion of 410 blocked off in each direction at cedar avenue in takoma park. that is due to a tree down across the highway. no one is able to get by on 410. lots of events commemmorating 9-11 today. it was exactly 11 years ago that al-qaeda terrorists hijacked four passenger planes. one of the biggest memorial ceremonies is happening at the pentagon at 9:30 this morning. president obama is could to speak along with other top pentagon brass and we'll have live coverage. >> in addition to the services at the pentagon, there are remembrance ceremonies and events in communities newout northern virginia and maryland.
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there are also service projects in the district and on capitol hill. up in the big apple, a commemmoration ceremony is set for later this morning. but this year, no government officials will be speaking at ground zero. family members will instead read the names of the victims who died 11 years ago today. in pennsylvania, 40 lanterns lit up the night last night. thousands of people gathered at the memorial site in shanksville to remember those who were lost. later on today, vice president joe bidening scheduleto visit the flight 93 memorial. leopanetta stopped by the memorial yesterday in shanksville where he toured the wall of names. it pays tribute to the 40 passengers and crew members who lost their lives taking down the plane to d.c. the number two in yemen has been killed. it is not the first time it has been reported that he was
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killed. he reportedly died from a u.s. missile attack but the pentagon is not confirming that either. he was a saudi national who fought in afghanistan and was jailed at guantanamo bay for six years. the 17-year-old perry hall high school student shot in baltimore on the first day of classes is finally hope now. he was randomly hit by a bullet when another student opened fire in the cafeteria. the suspect is due in court for a bail review later this week. it has been two and a half weeks since a 17-year-old girl from kettering was killed in her home on chartsey street. police are still searching for a suspect and motive. last night, hundreds of residents packed the community cent are to get an update on the murder of amber stanley. bridge county police hosted the meeting asking for help in solving the case. amber stanley was shot and
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killed after an armed man broke into her home. her mother attended last night's meeting and is hoping someone will step forward with information. >> we need help. we need the community to pull together and get this person or persons, whoever did this horrendous murder, that killed my baby, my baby girl. >> detectives want anyone who may have seen or heard anything unusual on the night of august 22nd to contact the prince george's county police tip line. police are offering a 25,000 dollars reward for information that leads to an arrested. d.c. police hope new surveillance video will lead to the arrest of a suspect accused of shooting a rite aid employee. according to police, this man walked into the rite aid on rhode island avenue in northeast sunday night. they say he enter the the store wearing a surgical mask and shot the assistant manager in both legs. >> there is no reason for this shooting that he with know of right now. it does not appear to be a
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robbery. our indications right now are this is -- we don't know. >> this is the second time an employee at this rite aid in northeast has been shot. the first incident happened back in april and that suspect has been arrested. police say the motive in that crime was robbery. when we come back, a very bizarre story. a woman mistakes an elected official for a stalk er and point a gun at him.    -- and points a gun at him. 
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there will be no school in chicago today ads day two of the teachers strike gets under way. the school board and teachers union continued negotiates yesterday but have yet to reach a new contract agreement. the school system is offering a 16% pay raise over four years but they are still disputing over teacher evaluations and job security. this is the first time in 25 years teachers in chicago have gone on strike. a 52-year-old woman is facing charges for threatening a south carolina congressman. police say gloria bracket pulled out a gun and pointed it at congressman tray gowdy as he
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was picking up his daughter at a church in south carolina on sunday. gowdy ended up putting his truck in reverse and speeding off. in a police report, bracket claims she thought gowdy was a stalker and she didn't know he was a congressman. bracket reportedly has a history of mental illness. police have released this dash cam video. it shows the courageous actions of the officers who helped stop the gunman who had shot and killed sick people at the sikh temple in oak creek, wisconsin last month. one angle shows lieutenant brian murphy approaching the scene. police now say the he was shot 15 times by wade michael page. people, dressed in a white shirt,is seen rushing towards murphy. but another officer was able to distract the gunman. they exchanged gunfire and page took husband own life. lieutenant murphy survived and he has been released from the hospital and is recovering at
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home. a change of plans involving a former d.c. official facing some prison time. >> details of why kwame brown's sentencing is being delayed. >> real cool temperatures, back in the 40s in some spots to start your morning. i'll have all the detail on your sunny forecast. and julie wright will have the traffic right after the break. [ male announcer ] the magic of nature appears every day, within each strand of an oat's rhythmical sway. when an apple's vibrant red temptation, and honey's sweet touch of golden sensation, join together with a pecan crunch you'll savor, creating the most perfect lesson in flavor. ♪ nature's best-written recipe is ready for you to enjoy. nature valley, nature at its most delicious. now try our new crunchy dark chocolate peanut butter bar.
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welcome back. taking a live look over wisconsin avenue. >> is there any car on that road? >> not very many. it is still pretty early. people are just now waking up and discovering that maybe they had to flow appear extra blanket on the bed last night. >> yeah, good sleeping weather. >> turn the air conditioner off, open windows this morning. enjoy that refreshing air that will be moving on in here over the next several days. this weather pat were remains quiet as we get into the weekend it will warm up a little bit. today will be another realtively cool day with upper 70s. mid-80s by tomorrow and thursday. >> you got a little something for everybody. >> yeah, a little something for everybody. let's do the temperatures from yesterday. i know it scares me. i feel like running out the door every time i hear it. these temperatures actually for the second day in a row a little below average. 77 at reagan national. 76 at dulles and 75 at bwi marshall. temperatures about five degrees
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cooler than normal yesterday for i adaytime high. these temperatures really getting achance to bottom out with the clear skies and quiet conditions. a little better. we are not getting a report from quantity you co. it is last hour they are reporting one degree. 59 now in washington. 60 in annapolis. look at your 40s and some chilly hospital at that breaking out in mace like frederick. 45degrees this morning, frederick. 46 in martinsburg. 46 in winchester. it will be on the cool side. they may want to bring along a jacket or long-sleeved shirt. here is satellite-radar. that is what you call a quiet weather pattern. high pressure keeping much of the eastern half of the country nice and quiet. this is kind of typical this time of year. this will keep things nice and dry here for the next couple of days. as the area of high pressure starts to get east of us, we'll get a southerly wind and temperatures will warm up here
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as we get into the middle of the week. sunshine, just a gorgeous afternoon. low humidity. enjoy your nice weather while we've got it. tonight, cool, 55. win out of the south at five that will allow the warmer air to start working in. mid-80s around here wednesday and thursday. low to mid-80s friday, saturday. this accu-weather forecast, i'm out of breath, it has gotten so long. look like showers around here the end of sunday and monday. let's do some traffic and get the late forecast julie wright. can you hear me? >> how are you going to run a marathon if you are out of breath just doing the seven- day. >> those two extra days eatd a lot -- add a lot to it. iheard you. your lanes are open no problems reported leaving colesville road around the beltway. traffic running smoothly from college park over to 270. you will find lanes are open
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395 in the express lane and the main line headed northbound from duke street to the 14th street bridge. overnight construction clear on the beltway between annandale and merrifield. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. we are monitoring metro this morning and word of more money troubles for the transit agency. metro just raised fares to make up for a budget shortfall in the 2013 fiscal year but officials are already looking ahead to 2014 and they're projecting a $27 million deficit. former d.c. council chair map kwame brown won't be sentenced next week after all. his lawyers asked for a delay and monday, a federal judge granted his request to be sentenced november 12th. brown pled guilty in june to bank fraud and campaign finance violation. he faces up to six months in
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prison on each charge. it is likely a former campaign aide to d.c. mayor vincent gray who will not seven jail time. prosecutors say howard brooks has been cooperative and provided substantial assistance in the investigation into mayor gray's 2010 election campaign. brooks is accused of lying about paying off another mayoral candidate. prosecutors say they will not oppose supervised probation and community service. brooks is scheduled to be sentenced in october. there is a new talk show on fox 5 presenting some real challenges for our guests on the show. >> it is called the jeff probst show. i recently talked to jeff about what view considers expect from it. we'll be right back. [ fingers tapping ]
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now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! welcome back to fox 5 morning news. live look outside. it is a little bit on the chilly side. some people call it pleasant. some people call it chilly. just depends on your perspective. it is different than it's been. >> yes. >> back to the news now. survivor host jeff probst is trying on a lot of new hats. >> he is a newlywed and stepdad to two kids and he just debuted a new talk show. take a listen. >> jeff, there is a lot of talk shows out there right now that everybody is hearing about. what is going to make your show
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different than the others? >> well, i think the obvious answer really is a simple one and that is the difference between every talk show host. so you got katie and steve and ricki and me. and what i'm doing is a show that is of me. i did some test shows early where i thought let's do topic driven, bring an expert, here are four points to change your eating habits and it wasn't for mow. i was bored. we cranked on the a format where we take variation ozzie atheme -- variations on a theme each day. could could be three women who changed their stories. here are three stories about a bank, a bank robber, a bank teller and a story bay piggy bank. you alooking for stories that excite me and somehow move me and keep moving. there is a short attention span that we all have now. it is kind of like i get, it
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give me the next one. >> that should be interesting. so it will be different every day. there will be some recurring features on your show. talk about those. >> guys on the couch, i grab two guys from the audience and we answer questions from women. usually about sex and relationships because what else is there? and then for ambush adventure, we start the show typically not knowing who we'll ambush and we find within the show, which is a very risky and exhilarating way to do a talk show. but what the adventure is it is something you need no your life. you need to step outside of your comfort zone a little bit. so in our first show, which aired today, we had a woman who, during guys on the couch, said my boyfriend broke up with me. i think it is because i make more money. does this ring true. we talked about. it as we dug deeper, what came out was i don't know why he
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broke up with me but i love him and i know he loves me. at the end of the show, i bring her back. here is how the adventure works. have you to say yes before you know what it is and if you say yes, you mutt complete it and if you don't, you disappoint not only me but yourself. she says yes and so i pull out a phone and we call her boyfriend. it is pretty rivetting because here is this beautiful young woman saying i love you. what happened and he tell her in no uncertain terms what went down. and at the end, she says jeff was like a father figure. i didn't have a father figure. i needed it because i was killing myself worrying about this guy. so that is kind of a serious one but that is the idea. >> it sounds like it is going to be an adventure in and of itself. are there some similarities when you look at obviously you are the executive producer and host of survivor, a well loved show. are there some similarities that you took from survivor and
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to put into use in your new show? >> you know, the one similarity i think is that life is an adventure. that is how i feel. it is how i felt as long as eye i. understood the concept, that this is it. that clock you hear, that is the clock of life. so what do you want to do? people come onto survivor typically because they need something. they need to get their butt kicked or they need to discover something or be tested and the stories i'm telling on this show, we're trying to connect to people at home, typically moms who are already out of their mind. i just got married and two kids came into our marriage that are amazing so now i can appreciate that. that is the idea. what do you want your life to be? who are you? >> and good luck to jeff probst on his new show. coming up, some scary moments for local toddlers. ahead, details of what happened during a fire drill that sent
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those toddlers to the emergency room. >> up next, all your top stories plus weather and traffic. stay with us as we take a live look right now at the pentagon. a memorial service set to get under way to remember 9-11 at 9:30 this morning. the president and first lady will be attending that and we will carry it here live. back after this. when you first got internet at home you probably had one thing online. but today, everything's online. in a few years, the number of devices in your home will double and what we are doing online takes internet speed, not every network can handle it, verizon fios is 100% fiber optic so it's faster and can handle it. and now there's revolutionary fios quantum speed, more than twice as fast as anything this country has ever seen. to get your family up to speed with fios quantum -- call the verizon center for customers with disabilities go to at 800.974.6006 tty/v.
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live look outside right now at the pentagon where at about 9:30, there is a care mopey with the president and first lady expected to take place as part of the 9-11 memorial them and ration. >> eleven years ago today that those attacks occurred. -- there is a ceremony with the president and first lady expected to take place as part of the 9-11 memorial commemmoration. >> today is expected to be a cool, crisp day for that ceremony. >> yes, maybe a light jacket for today as you are headed out early this morning. it will be just another beautiful day. lot of sunshine. low humidity. rain chances not in the forecast here for a couple more days. a nice time of year. gentleman jackets early, lose them as we get -- >> jackets early, lose them as we get into the day.
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>> a sweatshirt with the shorts. >> a preppy look. >> that was my look when i went to school. >> that is a good look. >> favorite time of the year. >> one or another. >> you can't do both. >> that is just my opinion. >> radar is very quiet right now. high pressure will keep us nice and dry. 59 right now in washington. 59degrees. yeah, 60 in annapolis as we switch maps and go to our temperatures which are on max 2. all right. 46 in gaithersburg and 50 in leonardtown. here is your forecast for the day. 79degrees. about a degree or two degrees warmer than yesterday. lots of sunshine. should be just beautiful around here later so enjoy. >> he will. thank you. time now to say hello to julie wright. >> wisdom? >> both or one or the other, sweatshirt and shorts like tucker said or one or the other? >> that is what is on the bottom half. the wet spants, the nikes, you
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got t hey, it is somebody's birth day, right, wisdom? >> right, my son's birthday is today. he is five years old. >> wow! like on my first fox 5, right? >> you're right. he should have been on top of that. >> exactly. >> way to throw me under the bus, julie. >> we'll sneak him in there. don't worry. on the roads, you'll find lanes are open 395 north of duke street. no problems to report in the express lanes or the main line. outer loop of the beltway look good. there is a portions of 410 blocked off over near cedar avenue between carroll and piney branch due to a large tree down across the roadway. there is a portion of 410 that remains closed at this time. 50 is open for business. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. etraffic. we are remembering the 9-11
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attacks this morning and latter on this morning, the president willhoody to moment of silence on the white house lawn. >> there are self events in the area. we turn to melanie alnwick for more on that. >> reporter: good morning. yes, many events here today including the commemmoration here at the 9-11 memorial. prayer services at the washington national cathedral, remembrances in the city of leesburg, prince george's plaza and hyattsville, service projects through outfreedom plaza. as you mentioned, the president and the first lady will have that moment of silence on the south lawn of the white house and then they will take a helicopter here to the pentagon to attend a september 11th memorial. let's take you back to the events of that morning. american airlines flight 77 left dulles airport at 8:20 in the morning. it was supposed to go to los angeles. five hijackers took over the plane, turned around and crashed it into the pentagon at
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9:37:00 a.m. killing the crew of six and 53 passengers as well as the hijackers. the plane hit the pentagon at the first floor level on the western side. one section of the building collapsed. 125 people here that day were also killed, many of them civilians. defense secretary leon panetta will hold a remembrance ceremony here this morning. here is a look at some of the way that that will go today. president obama will lay a wreath. there will be the playing of the national anthem. army chief of chaplains will give the invocation. there will be a moment of silence at 9:37 a.m. there will be remark by the president and defense officials and then there will be a rendition of america the beautiful. after the president and first lady visit the pentagon memorial here, they will then head to the walter reed national naval medical crepter
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to visit with wounded warriors there. back to you. >> thank you. -- naval medical center to visit with wounded warriors there. the reading of the names, the more than 2700 people killed when the twin towers were brought down 11 years ago today. fox's craig boswell is live this morning mere the 9-11 memorial at ground zero. good morning to you, craig. >> good morning to you. construction continues here on one world trade center. there is also appear agreement on the ground zero museum that is huge news here as the nation really and the world pauses to remember all of those killed as well as those related to illnesses related to ground zero rescue work. lives in the u.s. and around the world were forever change. >> what came down? the other trade center is down. it's down. >> reporter: coordinated attacks were carried out by
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extremists who hijacked airliners crashing them into the pentagon. a fourth crashed into a wooded area in shanksville, pennsylvania. since then, nation has pledged to never forget the lives lost. a museum remembering the victims at ground zero remains under construction. it was supposed to be open this month but building plans all but ceased due to funding concerns. >> we are going to complete the museum which will give us a chance to tell the story of what really happened there in a very moving and thoughtful way. >> reporter: some say the completed world trade center site will be a fitting tribute. >> i think the progress and the momentum at one world trade center and the entire trade center site is a testimony to the region's resilience and resurgence. >> reporter: there will be six moments of silence later on today marking the time that each plane hit and the time that each tower fell. back to you. >> i understand what is going to be slightly different this year is that politicians are not going to be allowed to be reading the names? they won't be participating in
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this. it is kind of a little bit of controversy going on there. >> reporter: yeah, politicians ill will attend. they just won't be reading the names this time around. that is one of the chains. they are hoping to have the ground zero museum that they thought would be open this year maybe by next year. >> okay. craig boswell reporting live for us in new york. thank you so much. at the other scene of the attacks in pennsylvania, lanterns were lit to pay tribute to the 40 passengers and crew would lost their lives on flight 93. latter on today, vice president joe biden is due to visit the memorial in shanksville, pennsylvania. officials hope by 2014 they well finish a more complete remembrance space. a gunman walk into his a local convenience store and shoots a worker. >> up next, newly released video the police hope will catch the gunman. we'll have details next as we check more headlines. anncr: this casino's in west virginia.
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d.c. police need your help tracking down the suspect accused of shooting a rite aid employ i don't. authorities just released new surveillance video from the rite aid on rhode island avenue in northeast. they say the man walked into the store wearing a surgical mask sunday night and shot the assistant manager in both legs. it is the second time an employee at this particular rite aid has been shot. first incident happened back in april and that suspect has been
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arrested. a subsidiary of american express is suing the gaithersburg man suspected in the death of a travel companion in aruba. the lawsuit seeks to as.l.e.d. an policy that gary giordano took out. the company says the insurance policy isn't enforceable because they weren't mayor idea or otherwise legally tied to each other. some carry moment for some toddlers in maryland. several of them wound up not emergency room after being stung by bees during a fire drill. this happened at he temple emmanuel school in kensington. ambulances took a dozen two- year-olds for medical attention. we are told one. reactions was pretty severe. most of them were checked out just as a precaution. members of the muslim community remembering the 9-11 attacks with an event that can save lives, a blood drive. >> we'll got more detail as we check headlines.
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11 jurors ago today that the 9- 11 attacks occurred this is freedom tower right now. a live picture you are taking a look at there at ground zero. freedom tower lit up in red, white and blue. appropriate for the day, of course. >> very nice picture. very patriotic. >> should be a nice day in new york and should be a beautiful day around here with temperatures in the upper 70s later this afternoon, low humidity and no rain chances here for the next couple of days. >> it will be a gorgeous one. >> only advisory, kids might want to bring a light jack the or if you are out and about taking the dog for a walk here early, you might want a jacket. >> then shed it later. >> than can you take it off later for a beautiful afternoon. let's take a look at what is going on right now at reagan national. 59degrees in washington t feels it when you step outdoors. it is quite a change in air mass over what we started the month with here. 46 in gaithersburg. i mean just amazing how cool it's got want clear skies off to the north and west. 46 in manassas. dulles, 50 degrees inform we get to 49 which i think we will
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here in the next hour, that will be the coolest temperature at dulles since may 19th. that gives you an idea. 52 this morning in baltimore. let's get to your satellite- radar. nice and quiet. looks like just a perfect day here. high pressure is keeping us nice and dry and responsible for the great-looking forecast around here for the next several days. we'll continue to deliver lots of sunshine. might be a cloud or two passing this afternoon but otherwise, looks just find out there with plenty of sunshine, low humidity. there will be a bit of a warming trend as we get into the day tomorrow. today, upper 70s. tomorrow, mid-80s and here as we start to get the wind here out of south. here is another look at it and let me mention real quick tropical storm leslie pushing off to the north and east this morning that. won't be impacting us. high pressure will keep us noise and try. that means lots of sunshine during the day with warm temperatures each afternoon and cool nights and open the window and enjoy the beautiful air
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here the next couple of days. sunshine and a beautiful afternoon. 79 your daytime high and again, low humidity, winds out of the north and east at about five miles per hour. cheer and cool tonight. winds shift here out of the south at five. it will be warmer tomorrow and thursday. there is your accu-weather seven-day forecast. mid-80s around here wednesday and thursday and then back into the low 80s for friday and saturday. next chance of rain doesn't get in here until late sunday and early monday with afternoon highs in the upper 70s to about 80. we do have an accident to report, this time around in montgomery county. this will affect your drive along woodfield road at warfield. be careful there. we are told this accident involves a motorcyclist. if you are traveling southbound along 270, the lanes are open inbound new york avenue checking for the stalled car reported here at bladensburg road. we are keeping an eye open for that. right now, traffic inbound, very light at this hour so no problems to report continuing out toward the third street tunnel.
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northbound i-95 picking up the usual suspected out of newington and continuing out towards the capital beltway. 95 traffic slows leaving aquia harbor north of quantico. volume increasing headed out towards the scales but all lanes are open. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. members of the muslim community will mark today's 11th anniversary the 9-11 attacks with a blood drive. it is being organized by one of the oldest muslim organizations in the country. >> the goal is to save lives and show that islam values the sanctity of life. maureen umeh reports. >> i think we have a terrorist act of pro portions we cannot begin to imagine. >> reporter: september 11th, 2001, the day terror and tragedy arrived home. thousands of lives lost at the hands of muslim extremists. eleven years later, there is
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blood being shed again, only this time to save lives. >> from 9-11, 2001, the impression was created that muslims are for destruction of life and we want to change that impression. >> reporter: at the heart of the rayburn house building on capitol hill, the muslim community is holing its second annual muslims for life campaign. >> there is still a lot of questions about muslims so that is why we're doing this to kind of show that there are kind of moderate muslims out there versus the extremists you see on the news. >> reporter: the nationwide effort aims to collect 11,000 bags of blood from muslims and nonmuslims alike blood that can help save as many as 33,000 american lives. with the help of the american red cross and support from members of congress, people from all walks of life, all different faiths are coming together to give blood, coming together to show the good that can come from a national tragedy. >> i think it is important to remember it helps us all to
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move forward and by donating the blood, it helps others. >> we immediate to work together to just help everyone out. that is something can you do by giving blood. >> reporter: many say the september 11th attacks hijacked islam and put american muslims on the defensive about their religion. the hope is that drives like this reverse the damage showing that despite our differences, we all shed the same blood, blood now given in honor of those lost that fateful day 11 years ago. >> we are all united because we all care about humanity. >> reporter: maureen umeh, fox 5 news. to sports, another impressive outing for a member of the washington nationals pitching staff. that is. coming up next in sports. >> plus cashing in on your current iphone as apple unveils the new one. some advice if you are looking to sell that old phone. 
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in sports, the nats look to get back on the winning track against the mets. third inning, ryan zimmerman did a two-run homer to go up by three. gio gonzalez would go six innings. he notched his 19th victory. the nats won 5-1 and now lead the braves after their las to the brewers. in monday night football, the my favorite team the ravens paid tribute to former owner
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art modell who died last week. modell will be laid to rest later this morning. as for the game, it is a blowout. cincinnati had no answer to baltimore's offense. ravens went on to win 44-13. the it is the moment all techies have been waiting for. apple is up anded to unveil iphone five tomorrow. >> with that comes the inevitable question, what to do with your old iphone. doug evans has the story now. >> reporter: the value of your used iphone depends a lot on what kind of condition it is in. as long as the screen is free of scratches, the back can have a few but no water damage. >> people want to know is it safe to sell your phone? >> it is safe to sell your phone. i would recommend that you take the sim card out because that
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holds your credit card information, your account information. >> reporter: verizon and sprint customers would have to take the phone into the store and have them deactivate the sim card. you can use to sell your iphone. if you go for a quick sale on the internet, you are not going to get full value inform you sell it yourself on actual zone or e-bay, you are more likely to get top end of your phone's value. but it requires a lot of work from you. should you even be selling your iphone? how about just keeping it? what is your family situation? do you have a kid that you want to give a phone to? that would be a great time to pass a phone down. right now, know sprint just announced the new family plan. i think at&t has one as well that everyone can share data now. >> that was doug evans reporting. the iphone five is rumored to have a larger screen acre redesigned dot corrector and improved camera.
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>> the phone is expected to include both hardware and software upgrades as well. >> it is amazing the technology involved in aling phone. stuff you would see on star trek back in the day. >> exactly. we still have plenty ahead. time for our facebook fan of the day. today, we say hello to danielle johnson. she says she loves how the team works so well together on fox 5. >> we have fun. >> two decades. that is i long time. >> for your chance to be tomorrow's fan. day, log on and leave a comment under danielle's picture. >> the nation remembers the 9- 11 attacks 11 years ago today. we will continue to follow this throughout the morning. a live report coming up from the world trade center site in about 40 minutes from now.
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